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Meet Paul Watson at PCFF 2011

Projecting Change Film FestivalVancouver, B.C.
Thu, 26 May, 2011 – Sun, 29 May, 2011
Projecting Change Film Festival is Western Canada‘s only environmental and social issue film festival. This is a film festival meets TED-talk-type event. The fourth annual festival takes place from May 26th – 29th at SFU Woodwards and unites individuals who are passionate about exploring some of today’s most pressing global issues through thought provoking films and engaging discussions with speakers from around the world.
Captain Paul Watson will make an appearance, for the second year in a row, to speak after the film Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson on Friday, May 27th at 6:45pm.
The film festival starts on May 26th at 7:00pm with an Opening Night Gala at the historic Salt Building. Then May 27-28th the festival begins with a 10:00am film showing with the last film starting at 9:30pm. The festival ends on May 29th with the first film starting at 10:00am and the last one starting at 7:00pm.
Location: SFU Woodward’s
149 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 1H7

Fees: Adults – $12 ;Students (13-17) – $10; Seniors (65+) – $10; Children 12 and under – $10 At The Door
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